Add Linkedin badges to your website through a very simple shortcode. This plugin uses the default Linkedin embed script to integrate the very recognisable blue badgedes. For more information about the script check out: https://developer.linkedin.com/member-profile-plugin.
- Upload the ‘linkedin-badge-by-pixelpillow’ directory to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
The simplest way to integrate a Linkedin badge on your site is to copy the shortcode with only the ‘url’ parameter. Like this:
Or you can use the following parameters to customise your badge:
id: The public profile URL of the profile you want to show. The profile URL can be obtained from the users profile on http://linkedin.com and looks like this http://www.linkedin.com/in/milanvanbruggen.
format: How to show the widget: inline, click, or hover. Defaults to inline.
related: Whether to show the footer that contains related information. Defaults to false.
text: If hover or click is chose as the format, this will provide text after the LinkedIn icon. The text will also be presented as a link.
width: Width in pixels for the inline format only. Minimum value is 300 with smaller values being converted to 300. Default is 364 pixels.
Contributors & Developers
“Linkedin Badge by Pixelpillow” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors